Tonight we are proud to announce Ginger Evans, the second speaker in the William Duff Architects Guest Speakers Series 2015 in the Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University. Our Principal and Founder, William Duff, received his Masters of Science in Construction Management from Colorado State University, and proudly supports his alma mater. The series encourages the Construction Management program students to submit requests for funding seminars with a significant impact on advancing construction education and leadership.
Ginger Evans, Vice President of Engineering for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, has more than three decades experience in the engineering and aviation industries. She joins the Authority from Parsons Corp., one of the world’s largest engineering and construction organizations, where she served as senior vice president responsible for the global aviation practice. Evans has also served as a principal at Carter & Burgess, Inc., and as director of aviation for Denver International Airport. Her clients have included TSA, American Airlines and airport projects in Abu Dhabi, Portugal, Ecuador, Mexico and Canada.
Ginger is a highly regarded engineer, who has great familiarity with the Authority and its major projects,” said Airports Authority President and CEO Jack Potter. “Much of her past work has been in the airport and aviation sector, including the design of the fourth runway at Dulles, and she also has worked on the Dulles Rail Project. We are fortunate to have someone of Ginger’s skill, experience and stature in the engineering and construction business at the Airports Authority.”
Evans is a recipient of the President’s Medal from the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Distinguished Service Award from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Award of Excellence from Engineering News Record. She is also a member of the National Academy of Construction. She is proud to return to her alma mater, Colorado State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in civil engineering, on Boettcher and Chevron Scholarships.